The small gable over the entrance porch reflects in miniature the third-floor gable of this Queen Anne/Colonial Revival dwelling. The two-story corner bay tower with its conical roof contributes both to the irregular pictur-esqueness of the design and to the suggestion of Colonial formality.
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